Associate Fellow, KICP
Ph.D. in Astronomy from Observatório Nacional, Brazil, 2019
I am an observational Cosmology interested in exploring innovative techniques to understand the evolution of the Universe. I hold a Ph.D. in Astronomy from Observatório Nacional, Brazil (2019), where my research focused on obtaining cosmological information through the lensing effect of the Cosmic Microwave Background. Currently, my work involves cross-correlations between different probes, with the ultimate goal of constraining the growth of cosmic structures. I'm also interested in investigating weak gravitational lensing non-Gaussian statistics as a complementary approach to comprehending the large-scale structure of our Universe.